Spanish police confirm the death of a van driver that killed 13 people in Barcelona last week.
Moroccan national Younes Abouyaaqoub is believed to be the driver of a van involved in a bloody attack in Barcelona, Catalonia says.
The European Commission president says the 28-nation bloc cannot continue to resort to Washington when it comes to its defense issues.
The top Austrian diplomat warns the Turkish president against interference in European Union elections.
Britain’s Brexit minister has urged the EU to shift the focus of Brexit negotiations away from the terms of divorce and onto their future relationship.
Spanish police say they had uncovered a cache of 120 gas canisters at a house believed to be the bomb-making factory of suspects in terror attacks that claimed 14 lives.
Madrid says it has busted an extremist cell involved in the recent terrorist attacks in Catalonia, which were claimed by the Takfiri Daesh group.
A small group of far-right anti-Islam demonstrators scuffle with a group of counter-protesters in the Spanish city of Barcelona.
The Spanish police say the Barcelona van attacker may still be alive and at large.
The stabbing took place in the city of Turku in western Finland.
The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) warned Spanish police months ago of a possible terror attack in Barcelona, a new report says.
Police say the perpetrators of Spain's twin attacks were preparing themselves for a bigger attack, but failed due to an unexpected blast.
The British government plans to keep visa-free travel to the UK for EU visitors after Brexit.
A van plows into dozens of people in the center of the Spanish city of Barcelona, killing over a dozen people and injuring many.
Thirteen people were crushed to death and 49 injured when a 200-year-old oak tree fell on them at a religious festival on the Portuguese island of Madeira.
Britain could seek a temporary customs union with the European Union after Brexit, the UK government said Tuesday.
After being briefed on a plan to fire missiles near the US Pacific territory, Kim Jong-un decides to delay the strike and keep monitoring Americans' "foolish conduct."
Greek firefighters are struggling to bring under control a large wildfire near Athens.
More than 3,000 firemen have struggled to put out forest fires across Portugal, after the country requested assistance from Europe to fight blazes that threaten to spread with more hot weather in the coming days.
Thousands of people rally in the Spanish autonomous Basque Country to support an independence vote due in the northern Spanish region of Catalonia.
Danish police were preparing to search a sunken submarine owned by a Danish inventor who has been charged with the inadvertent manslaughter of a journalist.
About one hundred activists gathered on the Barcelona beach to show discontent with the increasing arrivals of tourists.
A scandal involving eggs contaminated with insecticide spread to 15 EU countries, Switzerland and as far away as Hong Kong on Friday.
Security staff at the airport in the Spanish city of Barcelona will be going on strike to demand a pay increase.
The European Union (UN) will call an emergency meeting of ministers over insecticide-tainted eggs, health commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis says.
Investigators in the Netherlands and Belgium carry out coordinated raids linked to a probe into the discovery of the insecticide fipronil in European eggs.
Oxfam says the European Union is exposing refugees to threats in Libya by blocking them from traveling to Europe.
Spanish authorities arrest a writer wanted by Turkey over charges of terrorism.
Italian police arrest 15 firefighters suspected of starting wildfires to earn €10 per hour for putting them out.
Millions of eggs have been pulled from shelves in Europe after it was found that they might be contaminated with a parasite drug.
The UK is not down with paying the EU €40billion to cover Brexit expenses as some reports suggest, a government source says.
Food safety officials in Belgium say they knew about potentially contaminated eggs in the Belgian market.
Britain is prepared to pay up to 40 billion euros ($59 billion) as part of a deal to leave the European Union, according to a report.
Romania reports two heat-related deaths as meteorologists issue a "red code" heat alert for Saturday.
A woman has died after her car was swept away by a flash flood caused by torrential rain in the northern Italian Dolomites mountain range.
Irish PM Leo Varadka calls on UK, EU leaders to "build bridges" and find "practical solutions" to the Brexit logjam. .
Brussels imposed the sanctions over Germany's Siemens gas turbine delivery to Crimea, eliciting a strong reaction from Moscow.
Brussels says the nuclear deal has not been violated as all parties stick to its terms.
The European Commission says it is ready to take retaliatory measures "within days" against new US bans on Russia if they target EU firms.
Human Rights Watch warns that Italy's naval mission to prevent refugees from setting sail from Libya for Europe could see Rome commit rights abuses.
UK government ministers have said that the free movement of people between Britain and the European Union will end in March 2019.
The EU says it has launched legal action against Poland over a new law it fears will undermine the independence of the country's common courts.
British finance minister Philip Hammond says the Brexit transition could last until 2022.
The UN refugee agency warns of rising tension on Greek islands holding thousands of refugees.
Prime Minister Stefan Lofven on Thursday replaced his cabinet ministers of infrastructure and interior instead of having to hold snap election over a year ahead of schedule.
Lawmakers in Spain’s Catalonia approve reforms that would fast-track potential independence.
The free movement of workers between the European Union and United Kingdom will end when Britain withdraws from the union, according to British ministers.
The European Union said the sanctions could affect energy flow to Europe.
The European Union says the bloc will halt Poland’s voting rights if the member state insists on its controversial court reforms.
Brexit Secretary David Davis says there is a "moral imperative" to reach a swift deal on the rights of EU nationals living in the UK.
The European Union has called on social media companies like Facebook, Twitter and Google to adhere to the European laws on user terms.
The military drills will involve all of Sweden’s military branches along with forces from several NATO member states.
The profits of the second quarter of the year for Google parent company Alphabet drop in the wake of an anti-trust fine by the European Union.
At least five people are injured after a chainsaw-wielding man attacks an office building in a northern Swiss town.
Polish president says he will veto two contentious bills on judicial reforms.
The European Commission says the bloc must be ready act ‘within days’ if possible US bans against Russia targets European firms.
The ruling party has approved a controversial overhaul of the country’s Supreme Court despite domestic and international opposition.
The EU warns the US over “unintended consequences” which may result from imposing further sanctions against Russia.
EU and UK teams working on future rights of EU citizens in UK and Britons in Europe have failed to resolve 22 of 44 issues under discussion.
Thousands take part in rallies across Poland to protest controversial bill to reorganize the judiciary.
The EU’s chief negotiator has called on the British government to clarify its position on citizens’ rights, as negotiations for Brexit heats up.
Poland’s lower chamber of parliament approves a bill that would allow the government to replace every judge on the supreme court.
Human Rights Watch says Greece is failing to protect unaccompanied refugee children as it houses them with unrelated adults.
The European Union has warned Poland to put aside a court overhaul or risk unprecedented sanctions.
Britain’s team of Brexit negotiators are in Brussels to hold the second round of marathon negotiations with the EU.
Anti-government protests are staged in several Polish cities against new court reforms by the government.
Belgium’s migration minister has called for end of his country’s military mission near Libyan waters because it pushes migrants to take more risks to reach Europe.
The European Commission chief says Ukraine must “fight against corruption, because corruption is undermining all the efforts
Two Spaniards and six other runners were injured on the seventh day of the San Fermin bull run festival in Spain.
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator has set out tough conditions for Britain to meet during the first months of talks before both sides can start looking at a future relationship.
The European Union's foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini says the historic nuclear deal with Iran is an international agreement which is endorsed by the United Nations.
UK’s secretary of state for foreign affairs has slapped down the European Union over Brussels’ demands for a Brexit divorce bill.
The European Court of Human Rights struck down the case filed by Muslim women.
The European Union says it is “worried” that the GCC “might come disunited” out of the tensions among its members states.
Police on Lesbos Island say the fire is believed to have been set deliberately at the Moria camp following a protest at the site.
Vienna denies entry to the Turkish economy minister over his plan to attend an event marking the 2016 failed coup against Ankara.
The EU congratulates Iraq for defeating the Daesh terrorist group in Mosul, refereeing to it as a "decisive step" in the battle against terrorism.
Authorities evacuate about 10,000 people in eastern Poland to safely remove a 500-kilogram bomb left from the World War II era.
Three far-right political groups in Hungary have formed an alliance promoting white supremacy and anti-refugee sentiments.
The EU has denounced Israel’s plans to build 1,500 new settlement units in East Jerusalem al-Quds.
Japan and the EU have forged a deal to create the world’s largest free trade zone, dealing a blow to “protectionist” policies adopted by the US and the UK.
EU interior ministers decided on Thursday that giving money to Libyan officials was the only way to stop the flow of asylum-seekers headed from the African country to Europe.
Turkey rejects any proposals to drop European Union accession talks, Turkish EU Affairs Minister Omer Celik said on Thursday.
The Polish defense minister says the United States has agreed to sell Patriot missile systems to his country.
The EU parliament approves a deal with Cuba to facilitate dialogue and trade with the island nation.
President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker has slammed the European Parliament for being empty of lawmakers.
Over 100,000 refugees have made the perilous Mediterranean crossing to Europe so far this year.
Italy summons Austria's envoy over a new deployment on the border to control the flow of migrants.
Sweden’s intelligence chief says the country is home to 2,000 Takfiri extremists.
The UN refugee agency has called on Europe to help Italy defuse an “unfolding tragedy” involving tens of thousands refugees flooding its shores.
The IOM says some 60 people missing are feared drowned after the dingy sailing them to Europe sank off the Libyan coast.